What are Social Skills Groups?
Social skills groups are offered in-person. Social skills groups feature a variety of themes such as learning to engage in functional play with peers including turn taking, requesting, sharing, engaging in group routines, and more.
Social skills groups will help to further develop your child’s communication skills and daily living skills by learning and practicing through fun and exciting activities each week.
The ratio for each social skills group changes based on the child’s needs and skills, up to a ratio of 2 staff to 8 children.
Parents and caregivers will be required to attend one mandatory parent session with a Clinical Supervisor at the end of the group block. Parents will have the opportunity to watch videos to observe the progress and gains of their child in the group, for information sharing from Woodview Staff, and to discuss next steps for future social and communication goals.